Maybe because such windows represented accesses to the palace, and it was supposed to be secure from intrusion.
The east window (1915) represents the river and tree of life as described in Revelations, 22: 1-2.
The large windows, the balcony, and the house opening into the park represent the relationship between architecture and nature.
All three of the police stopped to stare from the void that the window now represented.
That window, on the topmost story, represented Thurney's own apartment.
The openings in the screen had numerous purposes such as a door that was used an entrance however a window represented a cliff top.
The window itself represented perhaps the greatest single oddity of Linganian architecture.
The east window represents events in the life of Saint Andrew.
In the entrance, four windows of the early twentieth century represent sculpture, geography, painting and music.
The windows of the upper floors, however, still represent the typical gothic shape.